Enraging (Written November 3, 2013)
If I start I’ll say more than right now I plan,
So I’ll say the fewest words that I can-
There are few things more enraging than, perhaps,
A begging and pleading but never asking,
But always complaining and ever tasking,
Who’ll pretend to repent and then relapse:
That sort of selfish man.
I’m not going to say much. As I mentioned in the poem, if I start I will say more than I intended to. But well,
First you take person A. Person A has been forcing their ‘requests’ on person B for a long time. Person B put up with it because they are a nice person and don’t want to offend person A too badly- not that person B never let person A know that they were going too far. Then one day person B doesn’t follow through with person A’s ‘request’ quite how they like (still got it done perfectly well though) and person A starts interrogating person B for why they didn’t just do what they were told. Person B says that they did the ‘request’ in the best and most sensible was for it to be done without inconveniencing others or forcing person B to ignore their job. Person A says person B is being a hypocrite because person B told person A to let them(B) do this favor for A. An absolute lie, and person B knows it, and says it (in such a way that it might be more easily interpreted as a misunderstanding, rather than accusing person A of lying). Person A says person B is full of it and tells them(B) to get out of their (A) sight. All this immediately after person A tells person B that they(B) will be working for person A the next day at great inconvenience to themselves(B) and without pay.
This person A sounds like an absolute JA to you too, right? If you ever find yourself behaving like this, like person A, to somebody else and star feeling a sharp pain in your thigh, don’t worry. I am stabbing a voodoo doll of you with a knife.
I haven’t mention it before on this blog, but I really think that an ingrate is the worst scum on the whole planet, in all of history, and probably of anything God ever created. So, don’t be an ingrate.
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So, that sounded awful dramatic, didn’t it? If it helps, the ‘get out of my sight’ bit that person A said involved physically expelling person B from their car after having bullied person B to come with them to do something that person B not only did not want to do, but couldn’t for various scheduling and medical reasons. So, yeah, sorry, but seeing that happen really ticked me off.